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Vol 43 No 13

Published 28th June 2002


South Africa

What's left of the opposition

The Pan-Africanist Congress: Since the African National Congress won power, the PAC has lacked a role or clear political identity. Its five members of parliament and one representative in the Northern Province assembly have proved uninspiring. In exile, the ANC proved more adept at playing both its Western hosts and communist donors; in the early 1990s, the PAC's insistence on armed struggle alienated many . . .

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